Saturday May 9, 2015
The Hidden Gift
“Whether we choose to acknowledge it or not, each and every one of us is on a soul journey with a marvelous objective of correction and completion that we are assured of reaching. The purpose of our relationships is to help us get to that destination in the most efficient and effective way possible.
With this perspective, we can gain awareness of the beautiful gift hidden within our dealings with others. This gift, so often overlooked, is the revealing of where and how we have yet to transform in order to become all that we can be. Our relationships show us where we are lacking, what belief systems we need to let go of in order to move forward, and how we can improve ourself to become a purer channel of the Divine Light within us.
Today, when you experience a difficulty or an uncomfortable moment in a relationship, take a moment to stop, breathe deeply, and look within. Notice what kind of reaction or negativity (fear, anger, lack of self-worth, selfishness etc.) the situation is revealing to still be inside of you. It is certainly not easy, but by resisting the impulse to judge or blame on the spot, you not only create the space to identify what you need to transform, but you are also then free to ask the Creator and use your spiritual tools to help you manifest that transformation. In this way, you can receive the hidden gift that was intended just for you.”
~ Karen Berg
Tuesday January 20, 2015
Living in Truth
“Honesty is a quality of the Light. If we want to be the Light in a relationship, we need to be ourselves. I’m not saying concealment isn’t appropriate at times, but hiding things out of fear and insecurity is not really a good idea.
Of course, honesty requires courage. When we hesitate to tell the truth, it is often because we are afraid of the consequences. And sometimes we may be afraid for good reasons! But even if the initial reaction to our honesty is messy, it is sometimes better to let the chips fall where they may. That way we allow room for something more solid and authentic to take hold.”
~ Karen Berg
Saturday August 17, 2013
“…there are few things more painful in life than choosing to leave an unhealthy relationship with someone you unconditionally love.” http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-attraction-doctor/201107/do-you-believe-in-unconditional-love
~ Dr. Jeremy Nicholson
Saturday June 15, 2013
Because others cannot vibrate in your experience, they cannot affect the outcome of your experience. They can hold their opinions, but unless their opinion affects your opinion, their opinion matters not at all. A million people could be pushing against you, and it would not negatively affect you unless you push back. They are affecting what happens in their experience. They are affecting their point of attraction—but it does not affect you unless you push against them.
Friday April 19, 2013
You have been oriented that you must pay a price in order to get somewhere, and in the process, you’ve come to believe that getting there must be really important, therefore, it must be your purpose. And we say, but if you’re not getting to joy, then you’ve gotten nowhere. Joy is really where you’re going.
Friday April 5, 2013
A Message from your Angels:
We are assisting you in the area of relationships right now.
We are here to help you maintain loving and fulfilling relationships. We will assist you with healing past wounds related to your previous relationships. In quiet moments, please be willing to release to us any pain associated with your parents and family situations.
We ask that you breathe out any negative feelings that you may have which stem from your childhood experiences. As we put a hand upon your heart, we ask you to breathe in and out deeply. Now it is time to be willing to release old pain and anger towards previous romantic relationships.
As you release these toxins from your heart, we ask you to exhale old pain toward all of your past lovers. Allow us to clear your heart of old wounds so that you can enjoy the present. You must release the past to avoid replicating old, painful experiences. We are here to free your heart so that it can fully love.
~ Doreen Virtue
Monday April 1, 2013
Something better is coming
If there was a particular house you wanted, or a particular relationship or job you wanted, and you didn’t get it, the Universe is telling you that it was not good enough and did not match your dream. It is also telling you that it has something BETTER and more worthy of you.
~ Rhonda Byrne
Creator of The Secret
Saturday March 9, 2013
Our Greatest Triumphs
Babe Ruth had to step up to the plate many times before he hit his first home run.
We will all fall. This is not a shortcoming, nor is it a mistake. It’s part of the process. We are destined to fall, but we are also all destined to succeed.
Our greatest triumphs often come at the heels of our most painful failures.
~ Yehuda Berg
Friday March 8, 2013
Being Happy For Someone
”There is great power in choosing to be happy for another person’s good fortune.
Especially when it’s most difficult for us – like when we struggle at work but someone else gets the promotion, or when a person gets engaged but we’re still alone.
If we subscribe to the spiritual belief that we are all one, then their blessing is our own. It is our ego that wants to keep us fragmented from one another, causing emotions of jealousy, envy and even anger.
When we make the effort to be happy for another’s blessing, something amazing happens. We remove the block that kept our own fulfillment from manifesting, and we can now attract the very thing that we desire.”
~ Yehuda Berg
Monday March 4, 2013
The Truth About Lack
We tend to look at areas of our lives that lack abundance as bad. This judgment blocks us from the realization and opportunity that this is where we are meant to strive for more.
Any lack is simply a chance to create our own fulfillment.
Friday, March 1, 2013
All In The Same Boat
One of my favorite stories from the Zohar, the source of all kabbalistic wisdom, is about two men travelling together by boat, each with his own side of the boat. One begins to drill a hole in the boat under himself, and his companion says, “Why are you drilling?”
The other replies, “What do you care? It’s on my side of the boat, not yours.”
We’re all in this world together.
Every decision we make affects the whole.
~ Yehuda Berg
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Leverage your time more by spending a little more time every day imagining and a lot less time every day doing. Do a little more imagining and a little more less doing. Until eventually most of what’s happening is happening in the cool, calm, anticipatory state. Just imagine yourself into the successes, and watch what happens. Imagine a little more and act a little less.
Friday November 2, 2012
Changing You Changes Them
“What you see in others is the answer to what you need to be working on yourself. Change yourself, and the people around you will change also. Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? But I’ve seen it happen literally hundreds of times. Other people will actually start changing when you change.” ~ Yehuda Berg
Tuesday October 30, 2012
Know that you never get it done!
“When the desire is born, right away you start counting yourselves a failure, because you’ve got this desire that hasn’t been satisfied. Know that you never get it done! And since you never get it done, it’s time to stop being unhappy about what’s undone, because most of it is undone! You are an eternal being. Most of it is undone. Instead of taking score about what’s been achieved — we want you to start feeling anticipation about what is still to arrive…”
Excerpted from the Abraham-Hicks workshop in Spokane, WA on Wednesday, July 7th, 1999 # 609
Friday October 26, 2012
Never Too Late
“… Abraham becomes the leader of a great nation when he is 100 years old. Now you and I might consider this to be a rather dramatic life change to undergo at such an old age, especially since there are probably those among us who, at 40 or 50 years of age, might say, “Change? Me? Why? Half my life is over with. I’m too old for that!”
However, if we look at the lives of many great leaders throughout history, we will see that some of them didn’t even start their careers until they were in their mid-40s. In fact, many of the people with the greatest accomplishments in this world were leading completely different lives until they pulled themselves up by their bootstraps in middle age and made a change.
This week’s energy challenges us—no matter what our age or how far we think we have come—to break out of our comfort zone and to accept responsibility for the Light we have come to share with the world.
The truth is that each of us has been given x amount of time in the physical body that houses our soul. Oftentimes we have the ability to do great deeds in this world, but every time a new opportunity is handed to us, we shy away from it and say, “Nah I’m not ready for it” or “I’ve already done that“ or “I don’t trust that to be the way I have to go.” When this happens, however, the universe asks: What can I do to push this person to the wall so that the Light inside of him can be drawn out and shared with the world? How can I bring this person to change?
Abraham was one of the greatest astrologers of all time. According to what he saw mapped out in the stars for his future, he knew that he would have no children. But we know of course that he did. The point here is that the Creator told Abraham: The stars compel but they do not impel. Because of his spiritual transformation—at the age of 100—Abraham was able to change the course of his life.
This week, it is important that we know that we can change the direction of our lives. Not everything that is mapped out for us in the heavens needs to play out. It is written that each of us has angels that either dance or cry in our presence, but whether they dance or cry is entirely dependent on the words and deeds that we choose to say and do.”
~ Karen Berg http://www.kabbalah.com/blogs/karen
Tuesday October 23, 2012
Anything is possible.
“You must assess in your life what is your adjacent possible. In order to succeed you can’t keep doing the same things over and over that just don’t work. It comes down to this: Do what you can with you have in order to fully accomplish your goals. Anything really is possible. And the possibilities are endless.”
Friday August 5, 2011
“Reality is a mirror. Smile into a mirror and the image smiles back. Curse into the mirror – the image curses back.
The universe doesn’t inflict punishment on you or stand in judgment of you. It’s your own actions that rebound into your life as reflections bouncing back from the cosmic mirror.”
~ Yehuda Berg